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Photo Credit Kate Owen


Tomboy is Will Shore and Sarah Aument, a Brooklyn synth pop duo. Will contributes the backing music for Sarah’s sultry vocals, and the result is songs that are both heavy and melodic, reminiscent of Little Dragon mixed with some Zella Day.  The beat of their new single “Say I” draws you in, and then you’re captivated by a sweet voice that hides something darker: “You set me up like stacks of paper on the table ever since you met me/Rearrange me, ball and chain me, entertain me/ Just so that you want me,” Aument sings, drawing out words and syllables as if she can’t bear to part with them completely.

Catch them in action at their March 5th album release party at Lot 45, and check out “Say I” below!